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Investing in Franchise Restaurants During COVID

Oct 13, 2021 Franchise Information

Deciding to invest in a franchise isn’t an overnight decision, especially during a pandemic. However, while the uncertainty of COVID-19 has slowed some big business moves, it’s also opened the door for new opportunities. “It is fair to say that franchises are relatively strong restaurant investments during the COVID-19 pandemic.” – Brian R. Tunis, QSR […]

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What Restaurant Franchise Owners Have Learned During COVID

Sep 20, 2021 Franchise Information

“The key to success is action, and the essential in action is perseverance.” – Sun Yat-sen It’s been quite the year for restaurant franchise owners. There have been many challenges faced, obstacles conquered, and lessons learned. Here’s what Recipe franchise owners have discovered while doing business amidst COVID-19. It’s Still A Good Time To Invest […]

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The Importance of COVID Contact Tracing for Franchise Restaurants

Sep 7, 2021 Franchise Information

“Peace of mind” has become very important these days, especially when it comes to public establishments such as restaurants and bars. Everyone is desperate for a sense of normalcy. Eating at a favourite restaurant is a step towards that. We may not ever get back to the way things were before COVID, but with hard […]

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Restaurant Apps & The Evolution of Connecting with Your Patrons

Aug 30, 2021 Franchise Information

For those who need a quick bite and don’t want to leave their house, food delivery apps are where it’s at. People nowadays have a smartphone almost always in hand. Mobile devices have simplified the food ordering and delivery experience in personal and effective ways. The Canadian food delivery market is projected to reach $98 […]

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As Restaurants Reopen: Resolutions for the “New Normal”

Aug 19, 2021 Franchise Information

It’s not a matter of “if” anymore. Restaurants are opening. At the same time, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce estimates families are sitting with excess cash from the pandemic, amounting to at least $90 billion, equal to about $2,368 per Canadian. Financial Post Economists anticipate that a chunk of these savings will be spent […]

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